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O’Sullivan’s Dark Angel comes to Apollo

Published 27 October 2009

Irish singer and performer Camille O’Sullivan will take to the Apollo theatre stage this Christmas with her show The Dark Angel, which plays from 7 December to 16 January (press night 9 December).

The Dark Angel is a glamorous show by the enigmatic performer O’Sullivan, who presents the songs of artists including Nick Cave, Jacques Brel, David Bowie and Tom Waits in her own particular theatrical style, combining storytelling with singing.

O’Sullivan has performed all over the world, including several visits to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and has previously been seen in London at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Barbican, the Roundhouse and the Royal Albert Hall. She has guest appeared in cabaret show La Clique and appeared on BBC TV’s Later With Jools Holland. 

The Apollo theatre is currently hosting stand-up comic Dylan Moran’s show What It Is, which will be followed by a two-week run of Bonnie Greer’s Marilyn And Ella, a one-off concert celebrating the work of composer Michael Bruce and children’s show The Gruffalo, which will run in the daytime concurrently with The Dark Angel. Jex Butterworth’s Royal Court hit Jerusalem transfers to the theatre at the end of January.



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